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  • Darkness Hunts: A Maurin Kincaide Novel (The Maurin Kincaide Series Book 6)

    by Rachel Rawlings
    Maurin Kincaide, Regulator and the long arm of the Council’s law, has made a name for herself chasing after the things that go bump in the night. But, names have power, and there are some who call the darkness home that can use that power against you. When wolves belonging to the Salem pack start turning up dead, Maurin realizes someone is calling her out, and the trail of blood leads right to Faerie. Forced to follow their breadcrumbs, Maurin needs to start acting instead of reacting, or the ... more
  • Midsummer's Bottom

    by Darren Dash
    The Midsummer Players stage an outdoor version of A Midsummer Night's Dream every year on Midsummer's Eve, in a glade in a forest. The actors have a wonderful time, even though they’re dreadful. Audience members appreciate the effort they put in and applaud politely, but almost never attend more than once. Except for... ...the fey folk! All of the fairies named in the play are obliged to attend every performance, due to a deal that they struck back in the day with a mischievous Master Shak... more
  • The Wizard's Harvest Table

    by Thomas Mooney
    To silence utterers of magic, to expel imps from the nostrils, the wizard's harvest table lists a set of runes as ancient as the secretive mountain kingdom of Lual. They are the kind of runes that heal, summon, banish, possess. But their power has had its day, and entire worlds are starting to fray and fail. Step through a portal and who knows what calamities you might face: demon scourges, undead armies, magical afflictions, dreams and nightmares made real.
  • The Namarielle (Chronicles of Lashai Book 1)

    by Julien Jamar
    Only three people in the Kingdom of Lashai know that the youngest Namarielle survived the Midnight Revolution. Her Nanna, who has raised her in hiding, Elian, the Fontre who fell in love with her, and Devilan, the Fontre who tried to kill her. Fourteen years later, her hiding place discovered, Cassai is thrown into an unexpected fight for survival, and to save the kingdom she never knew she was born to rule.
  • The Hunt for Komodo Cracker

    by Michel Cloutier
    Somewhere in the Zagros Mountains, a secret Christian league with time travel technology has excavated an ancient Persian stela with a coded message. Decrypting the message was easy; interpreting it was a whole other challenge. When the league discovered that Thomas Faraday, a Montreal network security professional holds the secret to the coded stela, he is recruited for a mission back in time to the mighty Persian Empire of 473 BC. Thomas however has problems of his own. A hacker called Komo... more
  • Diary of an Average Fairy

    by Jewel Hart
    Teacher’s Comments: Vervain has made satisfactory progress and has achieved an average level in most subjects. What do you think, Diary? Yes, I know it’s not a BAD report but words like SATISFACTORY and AVERAGE just don’t feel like me. I’ve looked up ‘average’ in the dictionary. It says: a middle place between two extremes, usual, normal. I don’t want to be NORMAL, I want to be spectacular! I feel special inside. Does everyone feel special? Maybe it’s just normal to feel special and I’m no... more
  • Blackwood Marauders

    by K.S. Villoso

    Glory is for the gods. The rest make do.

    After failing the military entrance exam, an upstanding young man finds himself responsible for a group of vicious, bloodthirsty mercenaries and a hot-headed noblewoman with a twisted plot at her heels.

    From the author of the critically acclaimed THE WOLF OF OREN-YARO comes this coming-of-age fantasy about people trying their best to survive in a grim, unforgiving world.

  • The Wolf of Oren-yaro

    by K.S. Villoso

    In a nation of lost glory and fallen cities, mad dragons run amok and warlords bristle under the guise of peace. Now a woman must stop the ruin she helped create, but how do you fight what you are fated to fail?

    Praised for strong characterization, vivid worldbuilding, and a complex, compelling heroine, this is epic fantasy like you've never seen done before. 

  • Ingraham; Dragoon Quest

    by Lynda L. Jewell
    As INGRAHAM; DRAGOON QUEST opens, Sarah and Tom are sixteen, and Sarah inherits a watch, that when they both wind it and speak the verse, it takes them to Ingraham, a land of magic, while they sleep. Using a bit of the prince and the pauper theming, in Ingraham, their roles are now switched, as one wakes as a Prince, the other as a kitchen maid. Prince Thomas struggles to become the prince he is expected to be. Sara fights to be rid of the kitchens. After seeing a dragoon, a juvenile dragon, tak... more
  • The Last Of The Navel Navigators (Volume 1)

    by David Hailwood

    Discovered in a swamp and raised by hillbillies, Jellybean 'Gator Bait' Skratcher soon learns he has the astounding ability to open portals to other worlds, using his bellybutton.

    He sets out on an epic adventure across a hostile universe, led by a scatterbrained stork who's made it his mission in life to deliver Jellybean to the right parents, or die trying.

    But when your best friend's a goat, and your greatest hope for survival relies solely upon a talentless mag... more

  • The One and Only (The ELI Chronicles Book 1)

    by Julia Ash
    Ruby Spencer plans to resign from the U.S. Special Warfare Council. With an escalating Extinction Level Infection (ELI), the SWC needs the best minds acutely focused on the fight ahead. Yet motherhood has shifted her priorities. She’s preoccupied with her newborn’s health and safety. So resigning is the right choice. For her last assignment, the SWC sends Ruby and husband Clay on a low-risk mission to Taiwan where they’ll consult with scientists analyzing the infection. Too bad Lt. Col. Quinton ... more
  • Ember

    by Anna Holmes
    The war is over. The island of Elyssia has been freed from the clutches of the Rosalian Legion, power restored to the island's monarchy. However, after leading the Resurgence from the front, Princess Caelin now finds herself sitting and waiting more often than not. When magical prodigy Alain Flynn breaks into her palace to kidnap her, she hears of a secret slave camp—and forms a plan. Under the guise of a kidnapping, she will investigate the camp, expose the secrets, and take control of the fate... more
  • The Aurora War: A Record of the Catalian Conflict

    by Michael Morea
    In the kingdom of Catalia, a conflict is brewing. Dark forces have overtaken the government and the king has not been heard from in months. A band of freedom fighters in the capital and beyond have been preparing for war against the despotic forces that now control their country but are hopelessly outnumbered. However, there is hope. Their neighbors, the kingdom of Regulus, have sent a convoy of troops led by their most famous general to investigate what is happening and speak with the Cat... more
  • The Quantum Soul: A Sci Fi Roundtable Anthology

    by Darran Handshaw
    What is Life? Is it awareness or the ability to interact and understand the world around us? As we dig deeper into reality, what will we discover about ourselves and what it means to be alive? When we stare into the mirror, are we really sure that what we see staring back is the only definition of life in the universe? Journey with sixteen talented authors of The SciFi Roundtable as each shares their own unique answers to this challenging question. The Quantum Soul is a collection of short stori... more
  • The Engineer: A Chronicles of Actaeon Story

    by Darran M Handshaw

    "We are born in the shadow of fading memories and fallen dreams, living our days within the decaying bones of an age long gone."

    When the Engineer, Actaeon, arrives at Pyramid in the heart of Redemption, nothing goes according to plan. Mysterious raiders pursue him relentlessly across the shattered remains of the ancient metropolis, and the leaders of his homeland pay no heed to his ambitious ideas. Meanwhile, deep beneath Pyramid, a deadly creature stirs. And, when Actae... more

  • P.I.N.T.S. (Perpetrators Initiating Natural Tolerance Selection)

    by T. Harris

    What price societal and governmental forgiveness and redemption for the remorseful, convicted and released non-violent felon? In this dystopian Sci-fi thriller, twice convicted felon, Jane Wakefield, is about to find out.

    P.I.N.T.S. centers around a System- initiated proposal whereby convicted felons can achieve total criminal record expungement and a new chance at life if they are willing to enter The Absolution Program - thereby allowing them to receive a 'blood-payment' sente... more

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